Question about 1993 Jeep Grand Wagoneer
The gas gauge always reads full or 3/4 full. How can I fix this problem without taking it into a shop. Also, the center consol keeps beeping and giving me warnings like "check oil" or "service 4wd switch." I have had the oil changed twice and I am wondering if there is a switch that I can flip to reset it? I'm sure there will be more work involved in it than flipping a switch, but it doesn't hurt to ask.
It might not be the gauge itself. it could also be the sending unit in the tank. this however requires you to remove the tank which is not an easy job. if you have a oil light on but the level is good it could be a loose connection on the sensor or the sensor itself. it is located in the engine block and has only 1 wire with a rubber boot connection. as far as the service 4 wheel drive light it may be that there is a loose connection or that the solenoid that ingages/disingages is faulty. please rate this solution. good luck and thanks.
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